A beautiful piece of inspiration today’s styled shoot is for all you screen goddess bride’s out there who’s focus is on timeless glamour and most especially “the dress”. A style led piece this offering comes courtesy of Georgia at Westwood Design and the breath-taking collaboration between herself, photographer Tory Smith and MUA and hair stylist Harriet Cook – not forgetting the incredible suppliers who loaned gowns, venue, accessories and jewels – all credited below.
Taking their lead from the enchantment of an overgrown, forgotten manor house and all the magic and romance you’d associate with such a backdrop they set about to create a high end look, choosing the finest gowns, jewellery and accessories paired with statement details…total and utter opulence!
From Georgia: “We wanted the bride to look like a movie star, bringing in an element of fantasy with indoor trees and extravagant feather headpieces, whilst still looking classical and innocent. It was shot more as a bridal fashion photo shoot, so we didn’t focus on details, it was really about the dresses (by Ian Stuart & Ritva Westenius) and the glamour of the bride.”
Full of statement and style…divine! I adore the colour palette of muted tones, so luxe – the feathered gown by Rivta Westenius is stunning and that feathered winged headpiece…holy chic!
//Concept & credits: Photographer: Tory Smith connect via Website//Twitter//Facebook// Photo Assistant: Sarah Lloyd//Stylist & florist: Westwood Design connect via Website//Facebook//Twitter//Instagram// Styling Assistant: Luke Nash//Hair & Make-up: Harriet Cook connect via Website//Twitter//Facebook//Instagram
//Further credits: Model: Lara Raybone @ Sapphires Model Management //Location: Elmore Court, Gloucestershire //Dresses: Ian Stuart & Ritva Westenius //Accessories: Hope & Grace, Westwood Design and Eatton Nott //Jewellery: House of Ava//Blossom Trees: Palmbrokers